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The Chefpreneur Show

Oct 17, 2019

Thank you so much for tuning in! This podcast episode starts off with a question from Lamar of the Chefpreneur Movement group. His question is: 


“What are some ways you can think that are effective marketing tips and ways to get new potentially high end and consistent clients?”  


First, prior to finding the right client, it is important to know what your brand is all about. Know what your niche is. People won’t resonate with what you’re putting out there if you don’t understand what you are doing. You also don’t want to just attract anybody. You want to attract people who are really looking for your specific services.

Second, once you know your niche, find other people that are serving those clienteles already. Look for other services of companies where those clienteles usually go to or use. You can go and partner with those companies to have them refer you. Or maybe some services that they may potentially be using. Most of my students in the Chefpreneur Masterclass got their 1st clients via strategic partnerships even without the website and barely setup. 


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I chose this topic because I want to help as many more chefs from the bottom of my heart. And I did notice this from many chefs that I encountered or talk to in the Facebook group. We do love to get hold or reach our dreams and goals but unfortunately, there’s so much more that’s holding us back. And the only person that can actually fix that is you.  The usual reason is FEAR which is a cop-out answer. You need to be more specific.


I narrowed down 3 reasons:

  1. You don’t have enough money- true that you do need a dollar amount. But wrong to look at money as a cost instead of an investment. If you want it bad enough, you’ll find the money. 
  2. I don’t have enough experience- one of my students in the masterclass is a truck mechanic. Has no degree and experience. You don’t need a degree. But you just need the grit and passion for cooking. The entire experience is what they are paying for, not just the food. 
  3. I don’t have the time- this ties into everything. If I have time to watch on youtube or other things. You can set this up 3-6mos or less, working and functioning already.


Remember that the decision for change and being successful is in your own hands, no matter how you feel and what others say to you. 


We are motivating, educating, and inspiring chefs to take a stand for their Personal Freedom by breaking the Chains of a Kitchen Job and building their own Empire!


The future is yours… put it into your own hands!


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